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breaking news, a bomb blast rips through a bus in tel aviv. wounding people. secretary of state hillary clinton shuffles across the region hoping to end the violence. millions hitting the roads already on o of the busiest travel days of the year. will the fast lane become the slow lane? we'll hit the roads live. the college basketball player for the ages. scoring 138 points smashing the ncaa record. now he's holding court with us today, wednesday, november 21st, 2012.3 c3 esto en today mato l. y and good morning. welcome to "today." it's 7:00 a.m. pacific time on a wednesday. i'm matt lauer. good morning.
i'm savannah guthrie. i have one question about a game where a player can score 138 points. was there an opposing it. >> nobody was playing any d that shatters the old record. that's a ton of points. this is a guy a lot of people want to talk to in a couple minutes we'll get do that. >> we have a story blowing up on the internet. people are furious at one massachusetts woman who went to arlington national cemetery and mocked a sign near the tomb of the unknowns. then to make matters worse, she posted that photo online. she says she feels horrible about it. she's apologized. but some people want her fired from her job. we'll hear from her father just ahead. >> then, of course, it's thanksgiving day tomorrow. good news, time to get your friends and family together. the bad news, it's time get your friends and family to go. sometimes it can set off conflicts or family dramas. >> etiquette can become a problem. we'll try to get answers.
>> we'll put our "today" family to the test and get good advice. a serious subject. that breaking news overnight. nbc's stephanie gosk is there. good morning to you. >> good morning matt. this happened around lunchtime on a commuter bus. officials are saying it is a terrorist attack although not a suicide attack. this will be a familiar scene for people in the city and around this country about a decade ago, this was a regular tactic used by palestinian militants. they haven't seen it in a while. the last bomb blast was in 2004. it's likely to at least complicate some of the discussions that have been going on trying to reach a cease-fire. we had thought they were near a cease-fire last night. it turns out that they were not. today hamas called this a heroic attack. matt? >> stephanie gosk in tel aviv.
a man mow hadean is in gaza. good morning to you. >>. >> good morning, matt. what a difference 24 hours make. yesterday, the palestinian people in gaza woke up to the news that a truce could be signed by the end of the day. on wednesday morning, they woke up to the sound of more shelling, a higher death toll and the news that a cease-fire could be reached. it's not happening any time soon. >> there were talks of peace late into the night. but in gaza, it was anything but quiet. while factions traded fire, secretary of state hillary clinton arrived to the region to broker a truce. meeting today with mahmoud abbas and last night with israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu. >> the united states will work with our partners toward an outcome that bolsters security for the people of israel. improved conditions for the people of gaza and move toward a comprehensive peace. >> while the sides talk peace, gaza remained a war zone.
daylight revealed the scope of israel's destruction. this it claimed were the hamas terror hubs. this government building was the intended target. there was no one here at the time of the strike. instead, it's the regular people who live like this one behind me that are paying the ultimate price. it's what israel calls collateral damage. >> it's forced thousands of palestinian to turn to u.n. schools turned into makeshift shelters like this one. factions remain defiant. >> speaking about the cease-fire, boom, they're shooting off. >> israel warned it's prepared to invade gaza. for now, it's relying on the superior air power. overnight it struck tens of targets including this key bridge, effectively cutting gaza in half. while the rockets and missiles fly and efforts are in full swing, still anyone's guess
which way this war will go. >> secretary of state clinton has arrived in cairo egypt and met with president mohammed morse i. the chances of them reaching a deal about the issues surrounding gaz are are extremely unlikely. they're looking to avert a ground war. >> thank you very much. here's savannah. >> matt, thanks. meantime, black friday is two days away now. the most important day of the year foror the nation's retaile. trouble may be brewing for one of the biggest ones of all. walmart. mark potter is live in doral, florida this morning. mark, good morning. >> good morning, savannah. about a thousand protests are scheduled around the country and walmart is trying to stop them. most of them will be happening on the busiest shopping day of the year. >> we are the workers! the mighty walmart workers!
>> a few of the protests have begun. >> this one tuesday out outside a walmart near los angeles. store workers and stoare complaining about hours and retaliati retaliation. >> the wages are low. sometimes we have to rely on family help. >> they're very good with the prices. but the prices are coming out our pockets. >> some are upset about working on thanksgiving when walmart begins special sales at 8:00 p.m. >> they say they care about associates and want what's best for them. because if it was, we wouldn't be working on thanksgiving. >> walmart workers who are nonunion plan to hold strikes and protests at a thousand locations around the country on black friday, the day after thanksgiving. their goal is not to shut down stores but to inform customers about how they are treated by their employers. >> black friday is one of the
most important days in retail. it's really the super bowl of all retail. the walmart employees know this. that's why they chose black friday for the pinnacle of these protests. >> in a statement, walmart says, our stores will be operating normally on black friday and our customers will see nothing unusual when they shop. it went on to say in response to complaints, the fact is, our pay an benefits plan are as good or better than our retail competitors, including those that are unionized. to try to stop the protest, walmart has filed a complaint with the national labor relations board claiming a union that doesn't represent walmart workers is illegally involved in the picketing. >> now, a worker group also filed a complaint against walmart alleging that walmart is being threatening. the labor board calls it a complex issue and it will be tomorrow before it decides whether to try to stop the protests. savannah in. >> mark potter in florida, thank
you. duncan mcnaughton is the marketing officer. sir, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. thanks for having us on. happy thanksgiving to you and your team. >> you too. >> why do you expect widespread picketing on friday? >> savannah, we do not. we're confident about a great shopping experience for our customer. we'll have a million walmart associates serving our customers tomorrow at 8:00, 10:00 and again 5:00 friday morning. what you're seeing in the media and in the news is a small group of walmart associates and a select number of stores and we'll have 4,000 stores open, ready to go. as you may know. our stores are always open on thanksgiving day. >> as you say, this is a small groupment then again, the company filed a complaint to stop the protests. that does indicate the company takes this fairly seriously, correct? >> savannah, i think the key is that there's a small group of walmart associates complemented
by a number of nonwalmart associates that are paid by the union and we just want to make sure we have a great event for our customers. that's what we're prepared to do. 8:00 thursday night, we have a great event, broad assortment of products. 10:00 for the first time ever, savannah. this is the super bowl of retail. we will guarantee in stock three great product. if our customers are in line at our store, they're going to get the product that night or it will be in that store before christmas. >> let's stay on topic for one minute. if someone pickets who is an employee of your store, will they face retaliation? will they be fired or see their hours cut down in. >> savannah, we have a really open culture. it's all about listening to our associates and based in integrity with respect for the individual. our operators and our store managers always want to listen to the concerns of our associates and we do that all the time. >> no ramifications if somebody protests?
>> we'll treat each case individually, savannah. >> duncan mcnaughton, thank you for being on the show this morning. we appreciate it. once again, here's matt. meantime, millions are getting away today for the thanksgiving holiday. that means the roads are going to be packed. our jeff rossen is on i-95. jeff, how does it look out there? my family wouldn't let me drive and talk at the same time. probably smartly. we have our driver behind the wheel. i'm not bitter. just disappointed. we're on i-95 in a bit of traffic. some of this is heading into new york. a lot of people are traveling for thanksgiving. in fact, this is the busiest travel day today. 43.6 million americans will travel. 90% of us will travel today by car believe it or not. that's more than last year. the average distance traveled, if you want factoids to impress your friends at thanksgiving, about 588 miles. there's also a very interesting
issue here in the northeast. rental cars almost impossible to find because thousands of them were flooded by hurricane sandy. if you're trying to get a rental car, probably didn't have much luck. as far as air travel, good news, it's down from last year, so the airports will be a little emptier. when you're shopping for airfare, that's down as well. about 11%. the average price for a ticket within the u.s. today is $188. finally, buses, cruise ships and trains, 1.3 million americans traveling that way today. so here we are on i-95. we're hoping to get back to you matt. i hear you're cooking dinner. >> you might want to head in the other direction. thank you very much. good to see you. >> you're cooking but he's not invited? >> don't want my cooking, that's all. >> let's get a check of the top stories. natalie morales is at the news desk. >> good morning savannah and
matt and everyone. a last-ditch effort to save hostess brands has failed. the second largest union broke down late tuesday. the cake maker heads to bankruptcy court today to let a judge decide what the company can liquidate. there may be hopes for twinkies as other companies could snap up the popular brand. the taliban is taking responsibility for a -- two suicide bombers were stopped by afghan guards in the neighborhood packed with foreign embassies. the two guards who foiled the attack were killed. officials in india say the only surviving gunman from mumbai was executed today. he was one of ten gunmen who attacked a train station, jewish center and hotels. the rampage claimed 166 lives. now, let's head to wall street. >> good morning, nootly. after intense focus on the
fiscal cliff negotiations, the markets could put the spotlight back on the european debt crisis amid a deadlock in greek debt talks. it's going to be a quiet day. it's the day before thanksgiving. u.s. economic data is not yet on the -- consumer sentiment data, jobless claims and an outlook indicator to give us guidance for the markets today. >> mandy drury, have a happy thanksgiving. >> you too. >> thanks. this could be the best night on the basketball court ever. jack taylor obliterated the ncaa record last night when he scored and scored and scored again. 138 points in a single game. making 52 of 108 attempted shots. the previous scoring record was set back in 1954 with 113 points. the feat is so impressive even the pros are tipping hats with kevin durant tweeting, jack taylor, you deserve a shot of jack daniel's after that performance.
not going to help him out in his performance ahead. we'll talk to him, though, coming up shortly. which is fantastic. matt, savannah and al. >> his arm must hurt. >> it was tweeted, that game was crazy and insane. >> guess who is via skype. the man himself, jack taylor. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> first question, nonsports question. are your arms tired at this point? >> you know, my legs i think are more tired. my last couple of shots i started cramping up. i definitely need my rest. >> i've got a couple of questions for you, jack? what's the most points you had scored prior to this in a single game? >> prior to this, i scored 48 points in a game in high school. >> just 90 points less. >> was there a little issue with defense in this game? >> well, what we did was press the whole game. we were able to keep the tempo of the game up and down and we were able to force 49 turnovers,
which allowed me to get more shots off. >> now, i mean, at what point in this game did the record start to pop into your head? >> there was a point in the second half where i hit seven or eight threes in a row. i knew something special was going on and that i was probably pretty close to the record. >> i don't know if you're a twitter guy. we read a couple tweets from kobe bryant and kevin durant. how surreal is that? >> i actually had to create a twitter. i didn't have a twitter before. >> what's your handle in. >> jump on the bandwagon. >> jack, what did you do to celebrate afterwards? >> honestly, i've been doing interviews. i haven't been doing much celebrating. just been doing interviews. >> i can tell you, jack, you're going to face serious double coverage in your next game. get ready for it. >> i think so, too. >> congratulations. great accomplishment.
you have the record. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> good to see you. we'll turn to mr. roker with the weather. >> no severe weather to talk about. but we have a lot of fog in the midwest. that may impact air travel from michigan and wisconsin down into missouri. light winds clearing skies. we've got a moist air mass and upper level surface ridge. that is causing a lot of fog. fog advisories from duluth down to springfield. so airport delays today, the two biggest we're talking about chicago with 1/8 of a mile visibility, st. louis almost zero visibility, milwaukee and green bay with low visibility as well. because those are such big hubs, we'll probably see airport delays through the mid-morning and early afternoon hours. that's your latest weather. we'll get you your local forecast right after this. their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors.
and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. good wednesday morning to you. a lot of people heading to work. a lot of people heading out of town for travel. of course, thanksgiving is tomorrow. you will notice the highway's nice and slick. let's look at the radar. we don't have a whole lot of action left over. what we do have is clearing quickly as i zoom in for you and stop the clock. you can see mostly dry con is did across the greater bay area but high pressure is forcing that moisture to the surface. r latest weather. now here's savannah. >> al, thank you. it was a shocking scene last year, a teenage girl in terror after having what appeared to be a bomb strapped to her neck. luckily, it was a fake, and now the man who did that to her will be spending years behind bars.
our erica hill is with an update. erica, good morning to you. >> savannah, good morning. really seemed something more like a hollywood movie. an 18-year-old woman spent 18 hours thinking she was going to die and now the man responsible is going to jail. >> it's really all over. >> reporter: australian teen madeline pulver expressing relief after the sentencing of a man who strapped a fake bomb around her next in a failed extortion bid. >> i'm pleased with today's outcome and that i can now look to a future without his name being linked to mine. >> reporter: former investment banker paul peters was sentenced to 13 and a half years in prison after breaking into the family's luxury home in 2011. maddy was at home alone studying. dressed in a ski mask and armed with a black baseball bat which this surveillance tape shows him purchasing, peters linked a
chain with a small black box around maddy's neck. before fleeing peters left information with maddy saying the black box was full of explosives and leaving instructions on how to transfer money. it took ten terrifying hours to determine there were no explosives. >> moments ago we have secured the release of the young lady. >> reporter: incident led to a worldwide manhunt. peters was eventually found in lexington, kentucky and extradited back to australia. peters had claimed the hoax was the result of a delusion brought on by drinking and depression, but the judge ruled, quote, the offender was aware of the nature and quality of his acts. afterwards the pulver family expressed their gratitude to police and to australia's court system >> i realize it is going to take quite some time to come to terms with what happened, but today was important because now the legal process is over. >> reporter: there is still a question of while maddy, while some court documents say paul
peters once worked for a company with ties to the family, peters never indicated why maddy was the target or if it was a random act. >> outrage over a photo taken at arlington national cemetery. some are suggesting some pretty harsh consequences. we're back with that story in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc.
still ahead, an etiquette expert puts us to the test when it comes to issues that might arise during thanksgiving dinner. and superstar pitbull is here live in concert, and the crowd is ready to dance, but first on a wednesday morning we've got a check of your local news and weather. and always very curious. one day george got an important letter... he's built a rocket ship to travel into space. girl: google, how far is earth to the moon?
san jose police on the scene of a deadly hit and run. that is where bob rydell is. what can you tell us? what's the latest? >> reporter: good morning, jon. we're here at the intersection of allen rock and jackson in san jose. we're waiting for the coroner to arrive to complete their part of the investigation and remove the body, as you can see, it is still in the middle of the road. it appears this person was carrying a backpack of some sort, perhaps trying to cross the street when they were hit and killed. this was a hit and run. police are looking for that driver. the only description they have is the dark colored vehicle heading wet bound on allen rock. we understand at least one witness who flagged down a bus, offer help, was able to identify the car. route 70 by the way is being rerouted. a investigation will focus on the road conditions at the time. it was just after 6:00 this happened so it was still dark out and most likely raining at the time. you can see, it's been raining off and on. so whether weather conditions played a role in the accident will be part of the
investigation, also determine how much information the witness will be able to give because it was so hard to see at the time. reporting live, "nbc bay area news." line 522 and 23 have been also rerouted so be aware of that. right now, christina loren is looking out for all of us heading into the holiday. >> wet conditions out there. you really want to travel cautiously. what i can tell you is the bulk of the moisture concentrated in the south bay. showers are clearing quickly. as that area of low pressure races out. high pressure is moving in. compressing the moisture moving over. we are getting very thick mist and drizzle. 1 to 2 hour delays out of sfo. likely getting about 50 minute delay out of oakland with the rain around and 5 to 10 minutes longer than usual. your seven day outlook in just a few minutes. let's look at the drive with mike. >> quick look at north 280. wet soupy conditions kicking the water off the roadway.
morning, november 21st, 2012, the day before thanksgiving. there is no rest for the man getting set to take over our concert stage. pitbull has a new album, new hit single, and he will perform it for us in just about an hour. i don't know how you guys get into the thanksgiving spirit, but i do by listening to pitbull and dancing outside on the plaza. good morning, everyone. coming up in this half hour. >> that's right. the man who entertained kids for years as the voice of elmo resigns under pressure. could he now face criminal charges? we'll have the lest on that, and then eat this, not that, the thanksgiving edition. would you gobble up 24 nilla watchers at one setting? >> of course. >> coming up, the ultimate killjoy. dave is here to tell us all the joy out of your thanksgiving meal. >> it's one day. let us have that. >> one meal, one day.
>> and if you don't have a plate of twinkies back there, i don't know what to say. and, of course, this time of year, people are asking you what are you thankful for, most people say friends and family but what about the less obvious choices, like the song "call me maybe" or the twinkie or will and kate. what? >> and psy. >> a bit of a hodgepodge. >> a non-obvious look at things to be thankful for. >> on that note for real we'd like you to share with us what you are thankful for over this thanksgiving holiday. tweet us with the hashtag whyi'mthankful. let's begin this half hour outraging people on the internet. a woman took a very disrespectful picture of herself on a trip to arlington national cemetery and then posted it on facebook. natalie is here with more on that. natalie, good morning. >> one of the dangers of social media. you do something stupid, you put it online, of course it could
have big consequences. thousands of tourists visit arlington cemetery every year to pay their respects to this country's fallen soldiers, but last month 30-year-old lindsey stone photographed herself doing something very different. >> it's bad. it's just a shame. >> horrible. what is wrong with this world? >> reporter: in this picture lindsey can be seen flipping off the too many of the unknowns and pretending to scream in front of a sign requesting silence and respect. >> oh, i was appalled. i mean, it's not what lindsey is about or i'm all about or this family is about. >> stone's father speaking to our affiliate whdh in boston apologized for the photo posted on her daughter's facebook page as a joke. >> beside herself. no idea it would go where it went. >> reporter: to lindsey's surprise the picture went viral and even a facebook page called
fire lindsey stone. lindsey and her co-worker have been placed on leave at the assisted living home live, inc where they both work and he re-leased this statement. this photograph in no way reflects the opinions, thoughts or feelings of the life organization. lindsey and her friend who took the picture also released a statement saying we sincerely apologize for all the pain we caused by posting the picture. we never meant to disrespect any of the people nationwide who have served this country and defended our freedom so valiantly. but these veterans in hyannis, massachusetts don't care if it was a joke or not. to them it's offensive either way. >> pretty disrespectful, and stupid. people do stupid things in this country every day. that's one of them right there, for sure. >> and in their statement lindsey and her co-worker add that had they recognize the photo was distasteful and ignorant. how that affects their work remains to be seen. both are now on unpaid leave.
they are releasing a statement saying they plan to have an appropriate response to the circumstances, matt. what do you think should happen here. >> considering the fact she lives in an assisted center, probably with veterans, i would imagine, would you think you would have that compassion, so it's -- >> of all places, arlington national cemetery. people who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country, and you show disrespect by taking the picture and then you put it online. >> incredibly stupid. >> i think she won't be having a tale. >> a real cautionary tale for a lot of kids and adults out there that there's big ramifications. >> and huge consequences by the fact that we're talking about it and now the whole world knows. >> do something for shock value, and, you know what? you get -- >> pay the consequences. i think she will have to go out there and do something really good for her community to show that her heart is in the right place. we'll follow that story. >> mr. rocker is here with a check of the weather. >> let's start you off and see what you've got this half hour.
temperature xwarturdepartures, temperatures in the 70s, temperatures 30 to 40 degrees above normal. rest of the highs around the u.s., 30s and 40s in the pacific northwest, a little below normal. that cold air will make its way across the country. record highs in the central plains as we just showed you. up and down the eastern seaboard temperatures up and down as well and hit or miss thunderstorms down through the 7:35 on one of the busiest travel days of the year. this is not what you want to hit the roadways under. we still have showers coming down. for the most part, it's the fog, generating a steady mist or drizzle along the peninsula. as you can see, showers are clearing out. you still have a few spotty light cells. the whole system is pulling out. temperatures today with enough sunshine coming in later. 65 in gilroy. seven-day outlook shows you we u get itfor thanksgiving. the weather
channel 24/7 or weather.com online. savannah? >> all right, al. thanks. now to the resignation of a man who brought elmo to life on "sesame street." kevin clash stepped down amid shocking new allegations about his personal room. washing, if you have little ones in the room be careful about watching this one. nbc's chris jansing has more on this one. good morning to you. >> good morning. such a sad story on so many levels. kevin clack transformed elmo from a niner "sesame street" character to a superstar of children's television and a major money-maker, but this morning he's facing at least one lawsuit and lawyers for an alleged victim have contacted criminal authorities. for 28 years kevin clash was the voice and heart of "sesame street's" iconic elmo, but on tuesday he resigned saying in a statement personal matters have diverted attention away from the important work "sesame street" is doing, and can i not allow it to go on any longer.
and this morning clash is a defendant in a $5 million lawsuit that charges he trolled gay telephone chat line rooms to meet and have sex with underage boys. 24-year-old cecil singleton claims his sexual relationship with clash began nearly a decade ago when he was 15 and clash 43. >> in retrospect, it has occurred to me as an adult how truly inappropriate my relationship with kevin was. >> reporter: he says he was motivated to come forward after a 24-year-old made a similar allegation last week, though he later recanted. >> since i found out that there were other people or victims in a similar circumstance i felt very guilty. >> reporter: sesame workshop released a statement saying none of us, especially kevin, want anything to divert our attention from our focus on serving as a leading educational organization. unfortunately, the controversy surrounding ketch's personal life has become a distraction.
it's a shocking turn of events for clash who just last year was the subject of a documentary, "being elmo, a puppeteer's journey." in 1996 the tickle-me-elmo doll featuring his voice became the most sought after holiday toys in history. now it's the end of a storied career clash described lovingly just months ago. >> it's so wonderful to be a part of a show that really starts a child. >> big financial aspect to this, too. one expert estimates wholesale sales of "sesame street" toys total $75 million a year and elmo-related product account for 55% to 75% of that, but a branding expert says with an iconic brand like elmo, people are more likely to rally behind it in a crisis rather than reject it. >> so identified with that character. chris, thanks for the story. appreciate it. still ahead, we're going to lighten things up a little bit and tell you how to deal with all the awkward situations that
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>> the author of eat this, not that joining us this morning. good morning. >> good to see you. >> really? can't have one meal one day of the year that you just go crazy on? >> you can still stuff your face without testing the fortitude of your designer jeans. you'll be totally fine. we'll burn off the bird. you'll be great. >> i am doing this segment under protest, all right? >> me, too. >> let's start with your first thing you want to swap out. this is dark meat turk wet skin and cranberry sauce. what's wrong with that? >> probably two to five times fattier than white meat and the problem, the cranberry sauce with 52 grams of sugar. taking the cranberry sauce which is normally bitter and want to make it tasty with the sugar, sort of like a taylor swift breakup song. >> the equivalent? >> oh, yes. >> we've got 18 glazed munchkins. >> yum, that's for breakfast on thanksgiving. >> just do this, have the turkey and gravy, 280 calories, saving almost 300 and 30 minutes of touch football you burn it off.
>> how many calories in the green leaves? you're killing me, mashed potatoes, my favorite dish. >> little herbs of carbohydrates stuffed with fat. it's a nutritional blank set, 230 calories, nine grams of fat. could you have made it look worse with all the butter? >> and it's green. >> partly a company thing. >> here's the equivalent. >> 11 buttermilk biscuits, saturated fat equivalent. have the roasted butternut squash. it's 130 calories, saving 135. can you have two and a half. >> the vegetables, might be able to agree with here. get rid of the creamed spinach because that's craze we fat. >> loses its nutritional edge as soon as you do that. 440 calories, cover it in cream, like taking brooklyn decker or channing tatum and dressing them up in a fat suit t.loses the whole point. you can't do that, so it's the
calorie equivalent right here of 13 chick-fil-a nuggets. >> okay. >> here. have the roasted brussel sprouts. >> right. >> can we add bacon back into the brussel sprouts or you don't have to and have six servings and that is the equivalent of the creamed spinach. >> next corn bread. >> a big favorite. >> this sticks together thanks to all the fat and then there's more fat on top of it so it's like a cake of fat. >> nobody puts that much butter on a piece of cornbread. it is the equivalent to two dozen nilla watchers. >> i've eaten that many nilla wafors. >> don't have something sweeter, assaultier, fattier. >> you know what's a better replacement than that? >> all right. we're going rogue. we're going rogue. >> pecan pie, just about the worst. it's 770 calories, 44 grams of fat. >> really. >> it's a big goopy dilemma.
the nuts make it news. it's a healthy nut, but there are too many of them, equivalent of 50 gingerbread men cookies. have the pumpkin pie, loaded with vitamins and fiber. >> did you say something? >> see you in a month and you can ruin christmas for everyone, dave. >> thanks very much, good to have you here. coming up next from clint eastwood's chair to david gregory's dance moves, things you might be thankful for over thanksgiving. take a look at this. ipads... to practice math more? i love math! but two ipads means two data plans? that's crazy. maybe not. with at&t mobile share, adding an ipad is just $10 a month. but honestly, mom and dad's love is all i really need. we should keep these for us. we should keep these. what?! [ male announcer ] at&t mobile share. add an ipad for just $10 a month. one plan. up to 10 devices.
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tell me we'll always be together. ♪ tell me i've still got it. that our traditions matter. tell me you love me for who i am. that you can't wait to be home. tell me you're glad i've joined your family. even if i can't be there this year. just tell me. [ female announcer ] for everything they need to hear, there's a hallmark card. we all have -- we all have things to be thankful for. "today's" national correspondent jenna wolfe's list is probably not like the rest of ours. >> what a surprise. >> are you surprised? >> one of these things is not like the other. jenna, good morning. >> good morning, you guys. so as we gather around dinner tables tomorrow, it's always the obvious things in life that get
the glory and gratitude, the health, the friends, the family, but let us also remember there are less obvious things that happened this year also worthy of our appreciation. our thank yous start overseas, and over the summer. cheers to the uk for giving us a world renowned group of people to admire, obsess and fawn over. no, not that group. nope, not that one, either. >> you don't know you're beautiful. >> reporter: that's the one, but back to those olympic athletes. we like to thank them for showing what sheer determination gets you and for making my 5k seem just a hair short of impressive. moving right along. it seems like it went on forever, the characters, the drama, the two battling sides, and this month it finally thankfully ended. we're talking, of course, about "twilight." but back to the other drama, the election, it may be over, too,
but it did give us plenty to be thankful for. for instance, chairs, for their constant support, and for giving clint eastwood someone to talk to. >> my turn. >> also, a big thanks to "new york times" blogger nate silver for predicting the election using only math and science. >> any interest in a vegas trip, nate? >> a quick thank you to celia jimenez for restoring the church fresco of jesus, and for the painting you did of me earlier this year. on another note i must thank fook for all of your friend suggestions. you reached a billion users this year, am i'm pretty sure you suggested almost every single one of them. the tech world gave us the iphone 5 this year, so thank you, apple, for making me look trendy, even though thanks to the new apple maps i don't know where the heck i am, but maybe that's not because of the maps. >> jen, what time are you coming over for thanksgiving? >> i can't see you, dad.
>> also grateful for face time for letting me keep in time with my parents, for the most part. >> yes. >> now. >> your hand is over the camera, dad. >> okay. on to all things viral, thank you carly ray jepson ♪ here's my number, so call me, maybe ♪ us. >> >> because that song definitely is not still stuck in my head. a big thank you to psy for making "meet the press" moderator david gregory do this, and finally, thank you, twinkies, for reminding us the most important lesson of all, you don't know what you've got until it's gone. ♪ if living is without you ♪ i can't give >> so a big fat you're welcome from everybody else to all of us. >> never seen that portrait painted of you. that was left field. >> right outside your office. i didn't put it inside. i'll move tin side. >> thank you, jenna. >> i would have been grateful if you showed more of that david
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avenue just after 6:00 this morning. police say the driver hit the person and then took off. the victim died at the scene. police say they do not have any witnesses, or not a lot of them, but they believe the suspects sped off on alum rock avenue. one person flagged down a passing bus to call police. they say the suspect was driving a dark colored vehicle. if you have any information on this case, you're asked to please call san jose police. of course, a lot of people hittingth roads right now. christina loren is here. >> good morning. this is what you're facing and it is not looking good. what i can tell you is most of the wet weather is exiting the bay area. now, the fog is settling in. your radar tells the story. some spotty showers mostly. we're going to see a nice day once we get rid of these pesky showers. some remnants are forcing the moisture to the surface. 65 degrees in santa theresa.
63 in san jose. the sun's going to break through those clouds but not until 1:00 p.m. we'll check on your drive with mike. >> 880, just north of where i'm showing you, 680 and 101, so that whole area misty, fog. you have to use the wipers. slowing, but lighter volume here northbound 101 through san jose, the slow spot. 92 across the bay, water on the road and on our lens. and bay bridge, look at that, some flowing on the east shore but not a big deal. lighter volume today. back to you. >> clear sailing, thank you very much. another local news update in one half hour. we'll see you then. [ maraca shaking ]
it's 8:00 now on a wednesday morning, and the 21st day of november, 2012. take a look at the crowd we've got a day before thanksgiving. these people have come from far and wide and over the river and through the woods to see pit bul at our house. he will take to stage, the miami native will in the next half hour. he has a brand new album out and he continues to goo very strong. i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie and al roker. and get ready for a pop quiz. >> we love to get together with with our family on thanksgiving and be honest, it can be awkward and there can be some social dilemmas, so we have an expert in the house, and her name is anna post, who so the great, great granddaughter orf emily post, the famous etiquette expert, and she will put to us
the test in real life situations and what to do. >> and it can be sticky, because remember last year when your mom stole the silverware from my house last year? do you call the police? >> especially when you know about her prior record. we will hear from my mom later. >> and take three, anderson cooper is in a little bit of a twitter war with folks taking him to task about his coverage in the middle east, and when we address that and some other issues. >> okay. before we get to that, let's get to natalie at the news desk with a check of the headlines. natalie. >> good morning, matt, savannah and al. good morning a bombing of passenger bus in tel aviv is threatening to complicate secretary of state secretary clinton's peace mission to broker a deal between israel and hamas. the attack wounded 19 people. civilian casualties have mounted as rocket fire entered between the two sides the second week. the thanksgiving travel rush
kicks off today, but the road could be bumpy as aaa says that more americans are traveling this year than last year. and airlines struggling to save on jet fuel have led to a jump in airfares and in the northeast, superstorm sandy has left behind a rental car shortage forcing companies to ship in extras from across the country. and there are royals at play pictures that are no cause for embarrassment. we go to kooer. >> the palace just released these photos and after those intrusive photos of kate, these are private pictures they are happy to share. >> reporter: among the many colorful pictures of william ar. while millions saw the couple on their pacific tour in september, these rare shots are how kate saw the trip. the duchess of cambridge this
time on the other side of the camera, her own private vacatn photos. >> kate baslyhowing off her photography skills, and for once not being on theecving end of the cameras but behind the lens. >> reporter:osting pictures online is second nature for lliam and kate's generation, except they have their own royal website. in othictures posted this week, william at work with the air force, making tea, making a bed,iloting a licopter. his popularity still soaring. a poll this week says he is now more popar than his dad, more even than his mom in her heyday and the queen herself had a lower rating than her grandson. >> they are young, they are fun. they have go a sprinkling of stardust about them. there's an "x" ftor associated, especially with kate. >> reporter: william grew up with cameras. kate now rarely escapes tm. getting a coffee, walking their dog, so it's surprising that she lists phography as her favorite hobby, but one day when
they have their own family they will have their very own family photographer. and as they prepare for children at some tim in the future, kate and william'ew base will be kensingt palace, about a mile from her, and reports say they will beginhat mov in a month's time. >> keir simmons from buckingham palace, thanks, keir. and two weeks aer the presidential election mitt romney is a hot topic on twitter, whether he's filling his gas tank or going to disneyland, people post pictures romney as he goes about his daily business as a private citizen. and this clip fromtuesday's "tonight show with jay leno" is popular online. guest star lindsay lohan's attitude apparentl rubbed off on another gut. >> what a diva we have on the show tonight. >> hey, lindsay, you look great. >> thanks for coming. >> o of course, everyone i so nice here. >> appreciate you being here.
>> tnks. >> everything okay, mr. ggory? >> yeah, yeah, it's all right, jay. can i get a little more milk and butter, please. >> that, of course, was david gregory, moderator of nbc's "meet the press" w we can actually report has absolutely no diva teencies. and this video spiking on youtube sws why you should skip the trust fall when your family gets together for the holiday. well, we like to say nobody got hurt but not so sure. some bruises maybe. 05 right now. let's go back outside to matt and savannah. don't y that one this ar. >> not too smart. >> i'm never going to fall for that one. didn't even mean to make that joke. actually just said that. >> when we come back -- >> weather. second day in a row. >> you know wh y were so distracted. second day in a rowe's forgotten out us. >> al, al, al, weather, weather,
weather. i'm going to do that thing to you. that was really rude of you, the three stooges,hen those guys hit their heads together. perfect stuff. you ready for thanksgiving? >> yes! >> we've gitbull coming up. les check your weather, shall we. in the pacific northwes more rain, more snow. it's not gng anywhere for today but tomorrow it will give us a little bit of a break. along the east coast, pfect weather. no probms. we do have dense fog advisories from michigan all the way down into missouri. got to keep an eye out for that. we've got a few hit or miss showers and tnderstorms down through the extreme southwhwt. gorgeous day into the east on into the great lakes. ck for lake-effect snow over the . 8:07. day before thanksgiving. a lot of people hitting the highway. a lot of people getting an opportunity to dry out. we have drizzle along the
peninsula. most of the sher activity pushing through the foothills. we are two hours away from the sunshine over the greater bay area. temperatures in the 60s. 62 degrees at the coast. we have a warm up on the way in time for the thanksgiving festivities. you know else what we're thankful for, in the only do we have "sday night football" this week we have thursday night "football night in america." this is a good one. the patriots coming into metlife stadium. it's going to be clear, cool, temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. these guys do not like each other. it's going to be nasty. coming up on thursday night "fooooall night in america." i know matt will be tching. >> all right, al thk you very much. when we come back, we're going to take ahanks day etiqtte test, right after these messages. match that price.
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brings together family and friends, of course, but it can also cause a little trouble if you don't mind your manners. anna post will see how well we can handle some tricky situations. co-author of emily post, the 18th edition. she's an expert. anna, good morning to you. >> hi, how are you? >> good morning. >> you have scenarios for us. we'll do our best. take it away. first question for all of you. >> if you're attending thanksgiving at another person's home, should you always bring food? and if you're the host, do you have to serve their food? >> i would say yes and yes. >> yes. >> i think you should bring something, ask if you should bring food. >> is there something you need, me to bring? >> that's what i love. i love when you ask your host what can i need, anything i can bring especially if maybe you are on dietary restrictions, vegan, vegetarian, that kind of thing, now you'll know you'll have something to eat. >> let me play contrarian.
you've taken all the time and bring in a gorgeous table and a guest brings a nasty looking dessert, do you have to put that out? >> a tough one. good thing to do if they show up with an unsolicited steaming mincemeat pie, this is great for buffet at thanksgiving. you don't have to actually serve a piece of -- >> isn't that what pets are for? >> wow. >> good housewarming gift. >> mr. mole. >> don't bring food over to matt's house. >> okay. number two, is it appropriate to have a kids' table, and what is the age limit? >> yes. >> i think it's appropriate. >> i think it's tradition. >> age limit? >> i would say, you know, i think when the kids decide they want to be at the grownup table which, of course, will all 8-year-olds. i'm over at the adult table. i would say maybe 12, 13. they want to be with the bigger kids. >> i would like to phone my lifeline, okay. my mother, nancy guthrie, is on the line. mom, are you there? >> hi, hi, everybody. >> hi, nancy. >> so what do you think? did you hear the question?
should there be a kids' table. >> yes, i agree, absolutely, unless, of course, you live in a palace and have a banquet table that seats 25 or 30 people. sure, there should be a kids' table. >> how old was savannah before she was graduated to the adult table? >> or has she? >> sometimes she prefers the kids' table even now, but actually there's not an age limit, i don't think at all. i think it's really a matter of space. i love the idea of intergenerational holidays where you have the babies and the grands all together at one table, if you can fit them in. i think it's great. >> are you cooking tomorrow, mom? >> no. my son-in-law is cooking so it's going to be a big surprise. >> all right. >> happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> thank you, bye-bye. >> love ya. >> i love your mom's perspective. when i was a kid we often had a mix. my mom would put a few adults at the kids' table and maybe even a couple of kids as they got older and knew what they were doing with the knife and fork at the grownup table.
no official limit but if somebody is protesting maybe they are ready for the grownup's table. >> okay. >> question number three, what should you do if a relative mentions that they or their child is sick? should they be uninvited to thanksgiving. >> i feel strongly. >> i don't think you should uninvite somebody because they are sick. i think you can quarantine them and say we'll put them somewhere else. >> you feel differently. >> i mean, if they are able to come. just because the kid is sick. >> you don't have to actually uninvite them but suggest do you really want to bring little susie or johnny, probably not feeling well. >> from the germaphobe. >> savannah wants the kid to eat alone in the bathroom. >> i want the kid to be included and not sit home. >> i'm with savannah. >> you get a call and they say, look, one of my children is not feeling well, we'll love seeing that kid at christmas. >> that's a great way to redirect to something more positive that you can do, but if a kid is sick --
>> no. >> contagious, something like the flu, you don't want to get your other guests sick either so send over a plate for them, tell them to stay home, see the doctor and as a guest nobody wants to be that guy getting everybody sick. >> here's a doggie bag of stuffing and germs. >> give out purel at the door. >> you would like to believe the parent would take it on him or herself and say i'm not going to bring my child. it's up to the parent. >> it would be nice for the parents to do that. >> one more. >> when is it okay to bring a significant other to thanksgiving? >> wow. >> as long -- the minute they are significant. i think -- >> i think there are significant -- you know, thanksgiving is about bringing people who need a place to go. >> i agree. >> exactly. >> less formality and more family atmosphere, it's a free for all. >> couldn't agree more. we're a fan of fhb as the post household, family hold back,
as in we have all the guests, anybody solo on thanksgiving, come on over. we think we don't have enough, serve ourselves last and make room at the table. >> and this year more and more people after hurricane sandy need a place to go so a lot of people are really opening up their doors. >> a great point. >> anna, that was great. >> thanks so much. >> come back early and often, i think we learned something. >> right around christmas. >> coming up next, we have a small business success story, restaurant staffed by real italian grandmothers, and another huge success, pitbull, and he'll be rocking our plaza, but first this is "today" on nbc. but first ts is "day" on nbc. black friday's here. do you think walmt
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[ male announcer ] see phil's story and more at thcamry effect. some people put everything intotheir name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors and do our part for the businesses that dso much for us. on november 24th, if you enjoy dining with family one restaurant on new york city's staten island is taking pleasure to a whole new
level, in an area hit very hard by hurricane sandy and while its employees were sparing direct harm, nowhey have a new sense of community, family and purpe. here's nbc's emcampo. >> reporter: and new yos is new city restaurant, it's bustling. >> pasta on plates. >> it's great. >> reporter: andn the kitchen andma. yeah, grandma. here there are no chefs, jt a team of real italian grandmas or nunas as they are calle with a different one cooking each night. though they mayook like pros in this kitchen mos have no restaurant experience and heard about the job through nepaper ad. i spoke to them in their native italian. for louisa, jus the thoughtf workg in a restaurant
teified her but she says after a dayf training i realized it wasn't much different as cooking at home. the exhaustion, e work, the worry, it's all worth it, she says. owner jody aravella grew up in a big italian family when he openedheestaurant in 2007, he decided he wanted his restaurant to feel like his ildhood. >> i recreated that exact same feeling that i was missing. it was having grandmother in the kitchen cooking. >> i love this. >> they plan the menu when they arrive at work. base on available ingredients and what the other grandmothers ha made on the past da not only the owner knows what's cooking. >> i'm only the boss in title. who do you think the realosses are hear? >> they share recipes and help each other and always welcome new cook in the kitchen. >> how is that? >> very good. >> i guess i'm inharge now.
though it's a job, for these grandmotherstsn't business, it's personal. >> we cherish and we take pride in everything that we co. our dishes have to be tour standards. we will not send it out or have anybody eat it unless it's perft to our taste. >> they cook for everyone like theyre family. >> that's how we do it. >> repororr: and it shows. hmmm. thank you. one restaurant giving whole new meaning to the term famil yle. for "today," mara schiavocampo, nbc news, new york >> and we are thrled to say that some of the italian grandmothers are with us this morng. we'r joinedy rosa,nina, margarita, carmina, adelina and thera. happy thanksging, nice to see you. >>ood morning. >> here's what i was thinking, sometimes in families thers a health competition between grandmothe as to who is the best cook, soo y guys ever
get competitive? >> i don't think so. >> we all love cooking. >> yeah. >> we all love cooking so i don't think competition, we all have our own special dishes. >> who is the best cook? >> me. >> me. >> now that you're spending s much time in this restaurant cooking, do your families suffer? do you still like cking s much at home? >> yeah. >> i have to say if i don't cook, i'm dead. >> it's not really an option. >> actually my husband is thrilled that i cook because i make dishes there that ion't make at home so then he'll s why didn't you make this for me, so i'll make it a home, o. >> you share recipes which is nice so you learn from each other. >> yes. >> whas the most impornt thing you've learned since you've had this b? >> me? >> yeah. >> i like the environment. i like my boss. he's very nice to all of us. >> smart nona over there.
you brought some fd with you? >> no, because, you know, joe di't want me to bring it today becaus i was a littlender the athe >> who made all this food? >> ts one was mad by nina. >> margarita. >> wha is that? >> that's -- that's rise ball m sure you've had tm in new york, yes. >>nd what's this one over here? >> stuffed shelled. nina made these. they are stuffed wh artichokes. >> oh, my goodness. >> we have other grandmothers yelling out in the background here. >> okay. >> and what do we have here? >> that's mine. that's chicken calves liver. >> and t last e. >> tiramisu. >> sponge cake with almonds in it and walnuts. >> you guys big pitbull fans? >> sti around, anyw.
days of the year. all bay area airports are expected to be crowded. as sfo, people arrived early to beat the crowd or take a nap. there could be a wrinkle for people headed to tahoe. you know the outlet mall in livermore? it has created bumper-to-bumper traffic. you could get caught in the holiday shopping rush. you don't like to sit in traffic, do you? let's check the traffic with mike. it is not bad on the peninsula. we will show you palo alto with the water kicking up off the roadway. also fog kicking in low clouds around the bay. slowing through san mateo and south of there. the orange highlighted here is where fog is an issue. speed is still okay south 680. slow south 880 coming down through union city and fremont.
8:30 on this wednesday morning, november 212012. a little bit chilly but sunny here in midtown manhattan and this crowd is getti set to hear from pitbull. one of our favorites around here and thisorning you were seeg a lot of people tweeting us telling us whathey are thankful for this thanksgiving. if you want to getn on that tweet us at whyi'mthankful. good morning, eryone. i'mavannah guthri alongside matt lauernd al roker and natalie morales. >> jnifer lawrenc is an actor who rose to fame the "hunger games" movie and now a star in this movind this one is getting a lot of oscar bu, as
is she, "sierinings playok." >> she is amazing. also coming up, who needs black fridayhen you have jill's steals and dealsnd she here with a gat e-holiday sale today. lo of disunts on everything om cosmetics, to jewelry and travel gear. u name it. up to 80% off. >> and iur take three we'll tackle a numbe of topics including when was last time you used a pay phone? >> 1926. i don't even remember. >> lots of reasons. >> exactly. going to be -- what, superman? >> superman. >> germaphob sgle we'll talk abouthe death of a pay phone including a few other things as well. >> lots to get to. mr. roker, how about a check of the weather. >> travel weatherstarting, of course, the parade tomorrow morning, sunny, cool. macy'shanksgiving day parade, 45 to 50. light northeasterly winds five
to ten miles per hour. thanksgiving day, showers ithe pacific northwest and looking beautil up and down the east coast. sunny and warm through theset. on friday for your shopping, we're looking at wet weather through western new york, p.a. and the upper ohio river valley, mo wet weather in the pacific northwest andain through eastern texas. 8:32. the day before thanksgiving. the metering lights not on here. we will check on the drive with mike in a few minutes. as you can see, we have slick conditions and highways are slick. the rain is heading out of here. it is heading out quickly. a bit of spotty activity. we will end up in the 60s. >> big holiday weekend. want to know all about your weekend weather, check out weather.com the weather channel on cable. ofcourse, it is o 19th annl
toy drive, "today" show toy dre and we'll start taking donations on monday. always have some great friends to come down to help us out, including mr. jeff kinny, jeff, how are yo you know h as the author of the wpy kid books, "diary of a wimpy kid." >> a new book out? >> six days ago. 6 million copies printed and you're doing something nice for us. >> donating75,000 wimpy kid books for the t drive. >> you guys have always been so nice. why is it impornt to get involved? >> when you put a book into a kid's hand you can spark them to be a lifetime reader. it's areat thin >> it's a terfic ad, my son alwaystaed it, got an early copy. good to see you. >> merry christmas and happy thanksving. >> you, too. now let's get cght up with uncle willy scott. >> every home should have at least 12 jars of smumers, any
kind you like. take a look, a birthday buddy appears right before your very ice d thiis lille maggette, from littleto colorado, 100 years old. a patriot. she was a captain in the u.s. army, served in the war, and we love her very, very much. happy birthday. emily mcintosh, i love that name. my neighbo were mcintoshes, the nicest people in town 101 years old from chicago, illiis, both a policemannd a teacher for the city of chicago. the great city of shy. here is joseph pantaleo from aliquippa, pesylvania, 102 years old today, an avid hunter and a dog lover. andou've got to have a dog if you're going to hunt because if you have dogs that are ps y are in trouble. genoregan from port lavaca, texas, 100 careers old and well known for her beautiful talent
as a pianist. take a look at this handsome devil, andrew taliaferro from salem, virginia, 102 years old today. pretty country, and as a welr he's done many famous things like helping to weld part of the statue of liberty. can't beat that. that's what i call aresume. mazie johnsonrom beacon, new york, 103 years old, and the highlight of her life is when she marched wit dr. martin luer king. how about thatorn honor. that's it that's all and back to new york wheret's always an honor. >> wiard, thank you very much happy thanksging to you. en we comeback, jennifer lawrence of "hunger games" fames talks about the oscaruzz surrounding her new role, and then afterhat we've got a concert on our stage from the one and only pitbu on this wednesday morning, but, first, this is "today" on nbc.
"hunger games" act or is making news. >> she's really, really nice and i liked meeting here a the film is "silver linings playbook." this could be jennifer's second oscar nomination, only 22 years ole, and her career is hotter than ever. she h the bullseye in hollywood landing the role of tatanis in "hunger games." spread evil a a young mystique in "x-men fst class." >> mutants, i'm proud, but in jennifer lawrence's latest role playing tiffany in "silver linings playbo," she's just your average girl, sort of. >> so how is your thi going, dancing thing? >> it's good. how is yourestraini order? >> i just thought she w such a mystery, just so funny and just kind of a little enigma that i still don't fully understand.
>> what are you on? >> i used to be on lithium and othersut i don't take them anymore had bradley cooper is her leadg man, a guy on e edge w mental problems. she's a young widow with problems of her own. togetherhe unlikely pair find romance and themselves and a few moves along the >> don't you worry aut a thing. >> i love the dance scene. >> o o thank you. >> it s fantastic. >> we are a few weeks of nce rehearsal every day, i think, and i was taking extra lessons because i'm a terrible dance and bradley is really good. >> he's great. >> so i felt bad for him because he would get it down and then have to wait for me. >> he's also sexy. cooper was officially the sexiest man alive, according to "people" magazine, u last week when they chose channing tatum, a title jennifer says cooper doe't mind saying good-bye to. >> never met anybodyore ups about being sexy than he s.every time he hears it he's like --
>> as for jennifer, her definition of sex is not being the typic size zero in hollywood. >> women hav applauded you the way you view bodies and eating, and you have a very good approach to that. >> i never dieted or wanted to diet or anything and i feel it's something that really overwhelms our industryn an unfortunate way. it just becomes this distracting dark cloud. i grew up with tabloids and seeing it on tv and who is losing this much weight and how to lose this weight, and this fast. it's kind of grs. i' rea for it to stop. >> she's anti-hollywood in other ways, too. the 22-year-old sll lives with her parents, and during a time when young stars are constantly in the tabloids, jennifer has managed to stay outut of them. >> it seems like y're doing everything right. >> i very boring, a they know that. all the paparazzi leave my house at like 5:00 p.m. because ty know i'm not going anywhere.
>> but if recent academy award buzz is to be believ, she may have a high-profile date with oscar for her re in "silver linings playbook". how do you take that when you hearscar buzz already? >> get neous, exted, jittery. it's very hum bolick andt's nice. i stay away from google and magazines beuse that's just an anxiety attack waiting to happen. i'm not aware of anything until i come on to an interview and you tell me. >> and we tol her. for now jennifer is focused on shooting "the hunr games" sequel intlanta and hawaii and would not give us a sneak peek but was very happy to be reunited with the cast, sorry all you fans, and by the way "silvelinings playbook" opens in theaters today nationwide. i asked her what kind ofood she likes, she rattled off a million kind of foods but she won't eat oysters. >> i knew i liked her. knew i liked that jennifer lawrce. drea, thank you so much. >> coming up next, the moment
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international sensation that really love around here. so happy he's here. >> thanks so much a great introduction by you, really appciate it. >> youou second album is in stes called glal warming. >> talley like my first album. 're here to change the climate of the whole music industry. definitely a blessing. i'm justeady to heat things up r new york. >> is it true you recorded this in hotel rooms all around the world? >> no studios. sent record off for mix in the studios. throw a bed up against the wall sheets, too many clothes, we just invented a way to make sure we could get this aum out on time. >> and you've got great guests appearing on the record. give us some names. >> christina aguilera, want to say thank you so much. jenner lopez, usher, and, i
mean, a lot of guys i here and definitely going to be a lot of fun. >> i'm looking at yo travels here. covered the globe, just a couple of places sao paulo, moscow, singapore, new delhi. forget the concert. have you enjoyed hanging out in any of those places? >> brazil i did, atralia was amazing, but it's usually just in and out, in out, but do learn a whole lot real quick. >> the reviews are in on yr record and when they are good we li to read them to you. "rolling one" says pit bull's hustle can't be stop. going tolay a new song. >> absolutely. don't stop theparty. party away. pitbull, take it away. >> noew yk,et's go. >> all having good time.
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good morning to you. it is 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a funeral mass will be held for the san jose marine shot and killed by police. the vigil was held for the corporal last night. he was shot and killed when he allegedly drove into an officer. family and friends say officers went too far and they want justice. let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> the showers are subsiding. we are getting sunshine over parts of the bay area. that warms us up into the 60s. 65 inland. 63 bay side. 62 at the coast. chances are you are already at your thanksgiving destination. it will be beautiful around here. 66 tomorrow.
♪ oh, by ♪ my sweet baby >> thank you, new york city! >> and we're back wh more of "today" on a wednesday morning. our crowd being treated to a great concert from pitbull on this wednesd morning, one of our favorites, as we've mentioned. been back several times and just gets better. i'matt lauer along with sannah guthrie and mr. al roker. >> gd. >> and willie geist joining us as well. more mus from pitbull coming up a little later in the show. >> all right. also coming up, we'll have our "take 3." w york city is doingomething unusl, getting rid of pay phonesnd replacing them with i guess touch screenhat you can dial 311 or get emergen
information, and we'll talk about whethe that's a good idea. >> the death of the y phone. >> also a l of people already lined up to gethe black friday deals or even the blackhursday night deals. u don'tave to do any of that because we've got jill martin here with her steal andeals showing you how you c get as much as 80% o some of your holiday gifts. >> and then it's a thanksgiving day tradition after the thanksgiving day parade. find o who is going to take best in show. the 2012 national dog show. ou good buddy john o'hurley is here. he's got somfurry frien for a preview. two new breeds competing, and yo know him as mr. peterman. >> lot to get to. natalie has a checkf e headlines. let's goinside. goomorning, everyone, a bus bomng in tel aviv is threatening secretary of state hillary clinton's peace mission
to broker a deal between israel and hamas. the blast wounded 19 civilians, 3 seriously. theonflic is now ending its eighth day. the u.s. is supporting rael's right to self-dense but is racing to prevent an isrli ground operation at theaza strip that could spark an all-ouwar. the thanksgiving holiday travel rush kicks off today, but the roads could be a bit bumpy as aaa says more amerins are traveling this year than last year. airlines struggling to save on jet fuel have also led to a jump in air fares, and in the northeast superstorm sandy has left behind rental car shorge forcing companies to ship in extra vehicles from acrosssshe country. a last-ditch effort to save hostess brands has failed. mediation talks between the twinkies manufturer and its second largest union brokeown late tuesday. the cake-maker heads to bankruptcy court today to let a judge decide what the company can liquidate, but there may still be hope for twinks as other companies to snap up the
popular and. el willtill be a part of "sesame street" despite the resignation of puppeteer kevin clash. the longtime voice othe beloved character, clash stepped aside tuesday after a 24-year-old n sued him for$5 million claiming clash seduced him wh he was just 15 years old. an earlier claim by a different man was later recanted. sesame workshop says other puppeteers have been trained to see as clash's elmo stanin. a judge has ruled "modern family" sr ael wter will main under the guardianship of her olr sister. the 14-year-old was removed from the custody of her mother. testimony yesterday at the hearingound there was evidence of emotional abuse. >> lawmakers in san francisco
have approved a ban on plic nudity. it prohibits fulludity in places such a streets, sidewalks d pubc trsit. a first offense can lead to a $100 fine, but a third offense mean a yr in jail. whent comes to the holiday season, you've got too have a sense of humor, an given that tomorrow is thanksgiving, it's good to see these turys can still have a laugh. one thing to he a polite conversation and another thing to playith your food. i think that guy is playing with his food. now to al with a check of the weather. he's outside. >> got a special guest who is the star of "sprout" on 24-hour pbs channel and also you have "the sunny side u show," and another show star ining novembe
24th and will also have a float in tomorrow's thanksgiving day parade. you excited about that. >> squeaky excite don't forget h new show on the 24th on sput. check your local listings. here's your forest and what we've got for yo again, we've been looking at a lot of fog talking about big problems, light winds and clearing sks. they have already been cancellinglights and delayg flights chicago's o'hare and dway airport and fog advisoriesll the way up into michigan. visibilities very low, and that's going tbe causing airport delays, not just in chicago and st. louis, but pple effect with con 9:06 on a wednesday morning. busy travel day. the weather is clearing out just in time for your travel plans. as we head throughout the day, temperatures will be mild. i want to show you what is
leftover from the low pressure. a few spotty showers to the east of morgan hill. as we head throughout the day, temperatures will climb nicely as the sun breaks through the clouds. 64 in fremont. 65 in san francisco. tomorrow, thanksgiving, looks beautiful. >> time for "take 3" where we give our take on the stories that haveou talking and adding her two cents and possibly three cents our own jenna wolfe. >> you learned. iave fourcents. >> we may get up to a quarter. i'm here. >> we brought you in special, jenna, i don't know what the segue means, but lindsay lohan, we want to get your take of david gregory and also on the show lindsay's dress turning a few heads. >> the sideshow. >> a little fleshy and meshy. >> is that a problem?
>> for some. >> but i think we have a freeze of what j leno was looking at throughout the inrview. but there's some sideacon. >> oh, i see it. >> there's a little side ob. >> i think on the scale of celebrity outrageous dresses, this is like maybe a 5. >> at most. >> doesn't freak meout. >> she's exercising subtlety as she knows how to do. >> what are you gog to wear to the christmas party. >> on her scale. >> a good way to steer the conversation awayrom all those othe controversies she's been involved with. >> oh, good, they are talking about the dress. >> how about the side boob rather than anything else. >> david gregory. that's the real controversy here, and don't think we have a picture. >> let'sk about our take two,anng up. is it the death of the pay phone? new york city moving to replace traditional pay phone with these giant 311 touch screens, 311 is an information number heren new york city. ey a kind of like ipads, i guess.
>> giant ipad >> information, emergency alerts, localusiness deals, coupons to use. can you find out what's going on on the subway, look at a match the ty. >> a great idea. >> 250 of tse being italled. >> here's the problem, as we saw with sandy. cell phones went do these are going to go down, too, and when everything else fails, the pay phones are still working. >> that's a good point. >> tomorrow's "take 3" we'll do a story of how they are png the pay phones back. >> i don't think it's such great idea. >> wipe them down. >> i acty ticed, don't en have phonest tse pay >> it's just a booth. >> i think it's been a move going onor quite a while. >> ihink the pay phone is a littleit like the twinkie we have nostalgia for it and don't use it much. 'll moveve on. >> still on the pay phone. >> twinkies. >> even on the ipad touch screen. >>t will bonhe tou screen, o. >> people willouch it not good. >> take three, twitter wars.
>> a good one. >> acoop, the journalistor cnn been reporting from gaza forhe last several ys, very busy dodging bombs quit literally in some moment. >> yeah. >>ut taking the twitter to respond some ctical and some evenateful tweets. so basicly going one-on-one. a woman named paula treated to report a fair story. report facts. losing credibility. anderson respond twice saying i just did that, have been doing that repeated on twitternd on tv. do you actually tnk before you tweet? perhaps spenless time tweeting about coconut flan andore time tually folwing news so he nt into her content. a real attack >> the question and a pertinent one, do you engage people who attack y on twitter? >> you want to. believe me, you want to, a the thumbs start gng like this when thecome over. >> we come overnd say no. >> is it smart though? >> there's no way to win. there's a no-win situation. >> some pele have ce back
and said you're right, i apogize. >> he's been reporting 12 to8 hours, youknow, a day, tirelessly, and as you mentioned bombings going off, so his nerves are on edge and i can agine that, you know, you get these attacks,nd some of them very persal, one even talking about his sexual orientation and yocan't help but want to go after those people , you know, i -- i doind of see where he's going. >> especially when you're outn harm's way lik that. >> temptation is great. >> speakin of temation -- >> people get their facts wrong, that's what kills me. if you're goingo be mean. >> you guys cookedor us so we can at lst try. >> this rl quick. >> these a your mashed potatoes, right? >> my dad's mashed potatoes, calls them literally heart stoppingly good because there's like four sticks of butter. >> and al youe famous for swt potato, you have to brown the marshmallows and wou always distract my mother so that thearshmalls would catch fire in the ske
detector. >> it's a crustless swe potato pie. >> almost all butter, awesome. >> i said you can match construction paper with four sticks of buer >> thankou. we're going to eat in this commeral break. up next, jenna bush har spends time with a brave little girl. jenna is here wh rlo thomas ght after this. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ male announcer ] for tim and richard smucker, ving a gift of their family's delicious jam always de the holidays just little bit sweeter. we forgoto put our nas on them! richard, i think they'll know who it's from. ♪ tha you boys. you're welcome. you're welco. [ male announcer ] happy holidays from our family to yours. i love christmas!
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remain positive. four months earlier she found out that hernly child has osteosarcoma, a malignant bone tumor i her leg. feel whathey were saying.ldn't i became numb. >> reporter: patients have already been tated with chemotherapy. doctors say surgery is also necessary. >> we knew this patient was going to require a surgery where weake the cancer out and reconstrt h hip joint. >> i say fess f it' in there, get it ou >> reporter: with anxiety in the air, her family sen her off to the o.r. hoping for the very best. nanette fears the unknown, including the possibility of her daughter losing her leg. >> i'm scared to death. what iff they cut her and it spreads in her body, you know? what i something goes wrong and crac the bone and can't useit. >> before she became ill, she was a precocious girl.
tell me what she was like growing up. >> she likes to play in the dirt and jump on the bed,ou know. >> reporter: as active as she was, her mom became concerned when she constantly complained about pains in her leg. >> at night, mo my leg is hurting. the first couple of times i took her to the hospital, they told me that she was having growing pains. >> reporter: after noticin sere wkness in her right leg, nanette insisted on further testing. >>y said there is something wrong. the patient has a mass in her right leg and we want to send her over to st. jude hospital. >> reporter: results from st. jude revealed b news. do youemember the moment when the doctor said patience has caer. >> they came in the room and said we want to take her out for a movement right then i kw they didn't have good news a feltike i held my breath. >>eporter: for a mom tt must be really hard to hear. >> it was really hard, and it took me a long time to exhale. >> reporter: prognosis for
chilen with osteosarcoma is far bter today than in year's past. >> 25 years ago most of these kids would get an amputation and started developing techniques to save the leg. at st. jude's we pioneered the ability to put a prosthetics wod grow as other leg grew. >> rorter: a scan of patient's g shows the tumor before surgery. all this whi area is the cancer, and at st. jude's our survival rate is 75%. >> reporter: it's a very serious ncer. >> very severe. reporter: six hours after surgery gan patience was reunited wither family. >> i cried like a baby. the leg is okay and the surgery went well. >> reporter: a few weeks ler with her mom looking on patience puts pressure on her leg foror months. >> like a newborn byalking again. >> hasn't walked since april. >> reporter: youe still pretty little. wh you heard you had bone cancer, what went through your
mind? did you understand what it was? >> i understand it was an bren. s and m heart was really >> reporter: surgery was the scare rest part of all. >> i was wondering if they were going to cut my leg off or what was going to happen, i was really scared, but when i saw that my leg was still there, it was like a relief. >> reporter: as her body heals, patience is exercise, ll, patience. >> now i can aually stand up and put pressure on my foot. >> reporter: what are the things you look forward to doing once you're done with trtment? >> hmm, playing outside with my friends again, climbing trees and riding my beagain. >> s proud of you. >> reporter: and paence's moer nette is a single mom and was initially very worried abt cost. she s relieved andhankful to learn that money wasn't an issue at st. jude's so that really is one of t amazing thing that your dad did. >> marlo thomass re, t
international treach director. marlo, just an amazing stor is patience going to need any more surgeries? >> what's amazing about this limb salvaging treatmenthat we've come up with, we've pioneereit. atany hospitals she would still lose her leg but we cut out the rt that has the cancer and put in a titanium rod, and then w remotely, everyonth or so, we measure her oer leg and it grows like half an inch a we remotely eand the titanium rod so she won't have any invasive surgeries until maybe she's 22 and fully grown and then we'll put in a permanent rod but that's amazing that in the old days, even when we began, we would have had to go in and do other surgeries to expand that look. >> looks bionic, amazing. >> only a minutand a half procede. >> that's teific. marlo, jenna, tnks so much. >> thank you. up ahead a preview of the international d show that takes place on thanksgiving day.
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the national dog show is kicking off its second decade on nbc with some of the world's largest, smallest and most exotic bree. actor, author, dog lover john o'hurley is back hosting the show for the 11th year in a row. so good to see yo >> great to be here. brought two pals. >> introduce us to these friends. >> i hav250 pounds of l dog with me rht here. is lill abner and that's astea right over there. >> sell ark! >> sheoves you, al >> one of the oest breeds, and certainly the oldestreed in france. these dogs used to work the vineyardand fields o there and used as guard dogs and i had a lot in cmon because for one would lay my life down for any vineyard. >> what's behind the name? >> this is a very popular hunting dog in the south and been around for about 100-plus
years. >> beautil. >> just recognized this year. also have a little russell terrier th's about 1 inches tall that will just break your heart. one of the cutest dogs you hava ever seen. and we have -- we have the largest -- ts will be the largest show we've ever done, 173 breeds this year of over 2,00dogs competing so the show has just grownn its popularity, complexity, and we'll have anudience of 20 million. >> become a tration inn man homes. >> we love it. >> bigeautiful animals and you'll see lot more like them if you tune in morrow. john, thanks so much. catch the national dog show tomorrow at noon right here on nbc. >> thank yo jo, andfriends. ill ahead, get your black friday shopping down early because ll martin is here with "steals and deals," but fst ur local news and weather. ♪ it's on. it's on. ♪ blackfriday's almost here. ♪ we should totally go together. ♪ ♪ ok. can we also bring trevor? ♪ ♪e's hot ♪ i think we should get those dvds first. ♪ ♪uh! they're doorbusters.
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nurses at eight east bay hospitals are on strike for the second day today demanding a new contract with sutter help. at issue is the nurses to pay for their own health care. all hospitals have hired replacement nurses during the strike. we will have a quick break and look at weather and traffic right after this.
welcome back. 9:27. look at the improving sky over san francisco. looking just beautiful. we have good air quality. the rain is almost out of the south bay. you will notice more cloud cover over san jose. it is still wet over christmas in the park. i can't believe tomorrow is thanksgiving. we will be the envy of the nation in terms of our thanksgiving forecast as the system races out and high pressure moves back in. 64 in livermore. 64 in santa teresa.
not bad today with the rain to start. we will see temperatures climb even more so for your thanksgiving afternoon. comfortable conditions. 64 bay side. 63 at the coast. as we get into black friday, well, black friday on friday. 59 degrees. perfect for shopping conditions. you don't have to worry about dodging showers as you take your bags back to the car. 9:28. it is busy out there. mike. it will get worse this afternoon. after the break from the rain, you will not dodge showers. you will dodge shoppers. over here on the side of the road. on the right side there is an officer helping out someone who stalled their vehicle. the officer is leaving. a nice break there. that is at university heading up to peninsula. the south bay looks nice. the orange at the bottom right, that is where fog may be
pade. want to remind you it'she 86th annual thanksgiving day parade kiing off the holidayeason with all the balloons, floats, marching bands. ll be along the parade route for all the excemenen along with matt and savannah also hosting. it all begins tomorrow morning 9:00 eastern right here on nbc. >> willie and i will be he cooking the bird wh giada and martha stert. >> wow. >> so we'll have fun tomorrow. >> a culinary -- >> speaking of awkward famy moments. forget the shoving and long lines on black friday because we have got you covered. "steals and deals" is right here. jill mtin with exclusive offers, up to 80% off. >> that sounds good. then you'reoing to have relatives ov and stuffed in every corner of your home watching the parade and watching some football carter will show you how to find se extra
seating, a makeshift man cave is what we're goingfor. >>nd tour version of theiami sound mache pitbull will sing for us again. >> but first theorecastor thanks day. >> going to be great, sunny, 45-5 winds vy light. buzz lityear, theyy nice. thanksgiving day forecast around e restf the country, clouds anshowers hanging around the pacific northwest and snown the northern plains. sunshine up and downhe etern seaboard. sunny and warm through the southwest. on friday y can look for some more wet weather making its way fr western new york,p.a. into the ohio river valley, rain in the northwest and showers along the easternexas coas 9:32. we have a good-looking day shaping up. look at the sky.
you saw that traffic really letting up as well. now i want to show you the transamerica pyramid. 64 degrees with breaks of sun in livermore. 64 in santa teresa. thursday and friday, beautiful conditions and nice and dry. well, "the voice" debuted its top ten finalists on wednesy night with coach bke shton calling one of the best all-aroundvenings of perfornces the show has ever seen but up to arica to decide who to send home, and ban keith fr team adam lavigne and sylvia jacob from team christina uilera received the fewest votes. brian and sylvia, good morning. i'm sorryo hear aboutour elimination. what were you thinking wn you got vot off? >> overall, you ow, we were prouof ouelves. it was, you know, shocking and plus everythin that we h for
you. ain, i canpeak for both of us saying that we were super proud. >> sylvia, there was no indition that you were going to getent home. did is reall come as a shock to you >> i actuay kind of was a little bit mentally prepared to possibly go home because,ou knkn, it's always rough srting off the night, and, you know, everne did really amazingly. i'm kind of glad i prepared myselfhough so it wn't as big of a shock. it was an awesome expeence. >> you bot obviously have a bright future ahead. thanks forhe hou you gave us and hopefully you have a good thanksgiving. bryan keith and syla jaco >> thank you. >> "the voe" retns with the top ght contenders next monday night at 8:00, 7:00 central right here onnbc. coming up next, amazing "steals and deals"p to 80% offing right after tse messag. [ woman ] ng. ring.
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those, already double our seating with the sof which is second team and bar stools which is third tier and pushed our coffee tle forward and have r throw pillows which is the first level o seating. that's good for kids or latemers. >> does that involve moving the couch. >> if you haveto, move it up two to three feet just to make room for the space in between as well as the coffee table. okay. now if i'm watching the tvrom where i'm ated is there like a science to where you want the televion. >> theelevision should be, take the diagonal length ofr tv, say tt's four feet for a nice good number. take four feet, three times t distance, if it's four feet should be 1 feet as far a the spe i between and then height-wise, most peop put the tv too high. want that in eye line orittle above the primary seating where you ar right now. it's raised a lite bit on that media console. >> so you'reatching a little
mary j and don't haveo crane your neck >> most people you get up and the tv is way up high, don't work, especially forootbl games and ere's three on for thksgiving. got to most coffee table around a little bit to make room. >> moved t coffee table up but coffee tables, everybody shoul know, no higher than the seating on your sofa ando more than two to three inches lower than the seating. everybody asks these estions, how high and how big, general rule of thumb you should live by. >> kind of buried the lead here, i have to confes a keg on the table. >> how cl is that. >> a little smaller. grandma doing a keg stand poolside. tough for grandma. >> might be trick toe do a keg stand with that one. those kegs are so cool. average of $20. i think they have 14 12-ounce glasses so thas aolla and change per beer which is really niceo have around and being a bit more eco-friendly, not wasting a bunch. >>carter, thanks a bunch. >> next te i have you over
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good morning. 9:56. i'm marla tellez. an oakland man has been found dead at the old rock quarry in oakland behind the rock bridge shopping center. the man's roommate called 911 after he has been gone for more than an hour. the roommate said the man had gone out looking for his cat and never came back. divers from the alameda county sheriff's office searched the
water until finding the body at 12:45 this morning. the fire department is not releasing the man's name. let's get a check of the forecast with christina. >> good morning, marla. we will see the 60s today. enough sunshine to reach 65 in livermore and 65 in santa teresa. we are looking at 63 degrees in san jose. we still have the winter weather advisory in place in the tahoe area. make sure you are ready to drive through winter travel conditions. the system is clearing out of here. it should be out of the state of california by 5:00 tonight. 65 degrees as we head into thanksgiving holiday. let's look at the drive with mike. although the rain for the most part has traveled through, we have misty conditions. the roadways are not completely dry yet. it is a smooth drive at 101 and 680. down in the lower right corner,
the orange blobs show the moisture in the area. they are beautiful, but they hold a lot of moisture. north 680 into sunol into fremont is jammed. an accident, a car flipped over, a lot of slowing in sunol. marla, back to you. mike, thanks so much. we will be back with the next news and weather update in 30 minutes. see you next at 10:26. here you go little man.
hey, everyby, welcome, lcome, is winday wednesday, isovber 21st. da ow because she's got family here it is the second biggest travel day of the year. so,ood luck, everybody, wherer you are going. >> i'm so excited. in the upstairs studio, about 20 feet from us is my famil my mom, my brother, his wife, hannah and ella, the new addition tohe family is here. >> fst christmas. first thanksgiving day tomorrow. >> winter wonderla, phantas mania. >> still waiting you. >> going to be with us maybe later for a toy gment. >> very nice. a fun time four. >> yes. >> you love sharing this, beloved new york city. >> goi to go to radio city, such fun for the kids, you guys
have ever not go they give yo 3-d glasses, see like 10,000 santas coming at you, the kids go crazy, probably try to go friday matinee. >> awesome, awesome. >> we had fun wit anderson cooper, had fun the few days ago, likeveryone isust hearing about our party. >> just aired yesterday. that's right. >> anderson cooper didomething he has never, ever de on national television before he h a couple of sips of the sauce, okay? and he is one lightweigh we have never seen anything like it eept high school. >> we thought he was kidding. no. >> anyw, this isow he did -- how it went down. >> so to speak. >> i'm excite, hoda and kathie lee are here, having a lot of fun, am drunk. it is sad but true. i'm like, during the break, i'm like eating chicken, like chicken. >> don't drink that much, do we? >> yes. >> okay. there's a new -- one of my
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>> why are people -- >> just peoplere people. people are people. all right. we kno it's thanksgiving and a lot of thanksgiving mhs thought we would like to debunk for you. >> we' here to debunk them. >> a myth that says our in-laws are tlaws. >> from way fa.com. >> 70% of people enjoy spending time with their in-laws, the other 30% would rher do just about anything else. >> wonder if the other 30 just don't like anybody. >> yeah. >> the kind of peoe that a just neverhappy. >> that's goodod good observation. >> people in this world, let's be honest, you can bend over backwards all day long, no matter what, not goi to appreciate something. never enough. never enough people then the perso y just smile at them and they are gratef. >> yep. >>et's be that kind of perso people. >> the other myth is this -- not be this. >> people decorate their lawns, not just beautiful christmas lights and music,ecide to put inflatables out front. here's one of them,n inflatablenow globe that says
merry christmas. if you can inflate it your neighbors hate it, because there's a constan generator- >> noise. >> blowing at alltimes. >>hen it's not bwing is a a flat piece of ugly plastic layi on the grass. >> they call inflatables the worst holiday decoratin offense. >>ofnse. >> offensive. >> gosh, hoda, y have bn hanging out with you know who? >> anderson? >> yeah, a lite bit. another myth. >> yeah, an interting question, to shower or not to shower your turkey, should you wash it, rinse it in the sink when you get it? >> i always have all years. >> i thought it was fine. sometime his the botto of the bag there is stuff. you nt to rinse it away. apparently that is wrong. >> newormation warns if you wash it in the sink, the spray can send bacteria up tohree feet away. i don't believe it. it's never happened in my hous just be -- got to cook turkey through tt is going to cook a lot ofbacteria. we don't want salmonella poisoning. sure. >> follow the directions.
we have some help with that today. from naperville, illinois, she is on the butterball turkey call-iline. >> doing ilike 29 years, 21 years. >> we are her. >> love he >> the lines have been open. peop are calling a the time. always ask kind of similar questions. hey, marty. >> happy thanksving. >> well, happy thanksgiving, hoda and kathie lee. >> how are you, doll? >> nice to talk to you ain. >> good to see you. >> i would imagine the most asked question is should i or shouldn't i coverhe bird? everyone asks th question, i do tent it, put a cover over it, leave it? >> fd out fromer what the most common question is? >> the cmon question is how i do get the perfect golden roasted turkey. they want that picte-rfect bird every year. there are a lot of steps that g throug that and correct, walk the turkey is not cessary. cooking it properly will make it perfectly ediblend keep it rely great to eat. so it doesn't hurt to wash it, it just isn't accomplishing what you think it woul
>> ilways say, this is what we commend. there a no turkey police that ll come toour house. >> yes. >> notyet. >> your kitchen. yeah. i dot washy turkeys anymore. i used to many, many years ago. we have learnedhat that could be a potential issue. so, why not just pat it dry and get it right in the oven >> we uerstd that pple ha questions and we decided to gave little break, marty, we were going to take one of the quess. jackie's on the phone and she need some help from the 1-800-butterball line. debbie is what imet. not jackie. >> hey, debbie. >> hey,debbie. hi, debbie. this is e butterbalurkey talk line. how are you? >> good,nk you. >> we are going to take this one, marty. go ahead. >> we need rest. we are so swamped with calls. >> what can we help you with, hon? >> iave a 35-pound fresh turkey. >> uh-huh. >> i was tryin fin out if it would be okay to cut the breasts off and the leg he s ant in a roasterer and coo it tha way or a 35-pound tury or in
the en? >> a 35-pound turkey wiltake you eight hours. >> ornger. >> to roast. next time, next time, get three -- get two smaller ones. >> a friend of mine raised it fresh from a farm. >> she can't. she raised t cutt up. >> enough is enough. she loaves the turkey. >> slice it and de it. what i say. >> debbie we need to revl ourselves to you. >> yes. >> i'll kelly ripa. >> and i'm regis. >> no it's kathie lee and code how are you? oh. >> so what is th real thing, debbie? >> on a 35 or 36-pound tuey,, leave it whole but it those fit into the oven, need a p large enough and cook me easily i you separate it into legs and thighs, take the breasts off and cook the pieces separately in a large pan. but you need a really large pan because you wil have a lot of drippings from a really large turkey. i have a feeling unless you are
serving a lot of people, you will needreat leftover reces from our butterball cookbook app. >> look at you, marty, getting that in. i right in saying if ian, just g two turkeys. >> d't try to be right. >> we do recommend that usually. two 18-pounders. and it is going gois g g be nde. >> add chick broth to the roaster pan to makeure the turkey stays moist? >> you won't need to add liquid to it, that turkey is going to be juicy enough as long as y don't overcook it the meat thermometer, the breasis done at 175 -- i'm sorry, 170, the breast i done, take it out. the thighs 180, when they reach 180, the whole turkey is done. >> okay, you'r losing us. >> get a calculator. >> happy thanksgivingo everybody. you have any questions,alk turkey, 1-800-butter ball. >> we did have fun monday -- >> the new york mission. the york cy rescue mission
everyonday right before thksgiving to do a holiday feast for smany people that are hug and we dance and sing witthe band hoed coming with me for -- and we serve these beautiful pple who have so little a have lost much. >> it was great. >> i want to thank -- differe digs this time because we have had a big camign to raise ney for the mission. the oldest mission in all of new york city. i think it was 187 something. >> sure. >> that's why we are in the new place because they are building three stories on to the one across the street. >> really beautiful this year. >> god bless all those folks there. >> we want to sa one of m favote people on ear is bac with us agai >> something's going on >> his name is f rida. he made a promise in the week he wasoing to bring somethi with him. let's listen to what he said first. >> what up,t's your man, flow rida, check me out live only on "today." kick off your holidays with us. t way, hoda, i got a special treat for you. >> a specialtreat? >s that a warping or a
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>> we are back now with one of our favorite couples who recently have been blessed wh their first child. >> oh, yes. last night, viewers saw guliana rancic holding her newborn son, edward duk ranc, the first time and the mom and dad used a surrogate to have their first child after juliaa underwent a puic fightgainst breast cancer late last year. to tell us about lifwith the little bundle ned duke. hey,guys, great to see you. >> how is it >> how dukester? >> amazing. amazing. >> it's kind of great. we are loving every second of it. how it was holding him like that and did the bond happen instany or -- >>sten, i honestly -- i -- u qstionedy abilities as a nurturing mother early o >> it was 50/50, whether or not she wa going to be able to handle this h >> why? >> do you kno why? i think 'cause i had gone 37 ar witut a baby, you kno
just fusg on myself andy husband and my career, that i didn't knoow i would react when he was in my arms. and came so turally. he is just the cutest little nugget. >> how's being a fath, bill? >> spectacular. you know -- >> h has it changed you? >> it puts thingin rspective, you know? i think -- i t you stop keeping score about the little thgs in life and you think, wow, this is what fe's b turns th volume down on the things that don't matter. >>ow do you guys dit? you both have very, very careers. >> and are you bicity too, back and forth between chica and l.a.? >> we have businesses, a restaurant in chicag we have businesses in chicago, so we do back a rth. and it's tough. we haveeally put the brings a lot of things theast three mohs. >> you have , make choice. >>hat life is b make sacrifices. >> pbay some more big changes. >> what's that supposed to mean? >> dun dunn dunn. >> breaking news. ishis an exclusive? >> breaking news. >> well, listen, we have
realized that we are s lucky to have this baby, so blessed. we didn't kw if weould have ever him atne point. >> a big question mark there. >> struggled so long with inrtility and the breast cancer that wasn't fun. >> but that's beenver a year now? >> just over a year. i'm doing grt. i'm doing great. so now that we have him to, you know, go off to work or do certain things and leavehim, what am doing? >> why i did think this was fun at one point in life >> we wanto be withhe by. no one can raise your kid better than you can. just simple. you got to be there. >> now what about blinin i know probay not the first thing on your minds now is that something you guys have thought about? >> it is the first thing on my mind. >> we made little deal. u can tell them the deal. we negotiate a lot of things in our marriage. go. to what it is all b. >> the negottor here. trump taught you very well. bill said you want another baby, we got to move to chicago first,
ll time in chicago. >> that's because why? >> family there, roots there. l.a. is a very difficult place to raise kids. >> is, with certa lues. >> i'm not from l.a. and bill is fromchico, i'm from the east coast. so l.a. doesn't really feel like home. i really only ever worked in l.a. i don't have a ton of friends and family. >> where did you grow up? >> bethesda, maryland. >> near any annapol and buoy. >> maryland girl. >> see the beautiful videos they look like hommovies, yofeel like you're peeki in in on your private home movies do you have concerns now that the train has left the station here? >> i think so many people have been with us on thisourney and have pyed fors and really, you know, we have taken with -- for us not to show this happy ending i think would have bee a real disservice to them. but think going forward, it's going to be very controlled. he is not going t le that kindf a life. >> it was really important t us to shoot thatpisode ourselves, essentlly. you know, we -- the bir of the baby, we didn't want the network cameras in ere.
so what we did is w said, lien i know you guys are goi hate us for saying this not ing to have our cameras in there we will shoot it ourselves. >> but it would be ry -- it's aig option for lots of people. >> for us, it was never - i was never -- >>e went through all the video and decided what we felt we cod sh. >> comfortable. >> we ha a lot of private footage for ourselves. >> you have to be in control of your own lives. otherwise, your life spins out of control, tereingly enough. >> we are so happy for you two. >> we are happy. it is good being married to this guynd having a baby with him. seriousl everything thatyou-all have been through has made you so much strongers a couple. >> it has. >> as i say, godives you weness to make you stroer, yoknow and those weaknesses that ie had, they have jus made us stronger aroun better. >> that's awesome. >> wish youll the best. give duke a big smooch a atie thy and aunti hoedy. sara haynes your web tassic
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it is 10:26. good morning. i'm marla tellez. today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. look at these people at the airport. getting a nap in before the flight takes off. at sfo, travelers arrived early to beat the crowds. on the roads, there could be an extra wrinkle for you headed to lake tahoe. the outlet mall in livermore has created bumper-to-bumper traffic on the roadway. you could get caught in the
we are talking turkey weather and black friday deals, which you'll be heading to the shopping centers. good morning, mike. this is the san mateo bridge. this is the bay area haze. that is what happens around here. we have a lot of cars. the lens is dry. so have the roads across the bay. we will give you a look at the east bay. no problems and slowing through the castro valley. the earlier accident cleared ten minutes ago heading into sunol. that should thin out smoothly. the palo alto side is an easy drive from the 101 to the city. marla. thank you. it looks good. we will be back in a half hour with more of the day's top stories. jon kelley and i will see you then.
we are ready to play "who knew" with kathie lee across the street at the nbc experience store on turkey day. those who get it rht get $100. and those who don't, ty are cd. joining me is elaine griffin, od friend of ours from better homes gardens magazine r we ready? >> we are ready. >> kath, take it away. >> first lovely lady from nashville. approximately how man pounds of turk were consumed on thanksgiving in 2011, 5 million, 264, 522 or 73 million pounds of turkey? >> let's go with, um, which is the52 c? >> no butou're gonna love this cd all through the holidays. [ laughter ] >> the correct answer here, the big one, 736 million poun. >> can you believe th? >> yeah. >> that's amazing. >> the national turkey
federation, yes, there i one, estimates that 88% of americans ea turkey every year for thanksgiving. at avera outs to 2 1/2 pounds per person. >> woof. you're kidding? all right, bacacrosso kath. >> these folks miss u, hoda, fr new orleans. >> miss them too. >> which character has appeared as aiant balloon in the macy thanksgiving day parade the most times? mickey mouse, kermit the frog, snoopy or ronald mcdonald? >> buzzer ] >> not kermithe frog. it's snoopy. snoopy has bee around fover? >> more than aone else. in fact, he is top dog. the macy's thanksgiving day pade, which started as christmas parade to kk off the season in 1924 actually had animals from the central park o and no snoopy. e hot air balloons showed up in 1927 and we have seen snoopy 36 times. >> wow. >> great. >> bk ross to th.
>> from tucson, arizona, which ste raises the most tkeys for a thanksging, nnesota, arkans, north carolina or virginia? >> i'm gonna goith virginia. [ buzzer ] it is minnesota. minnesota. >> a good day's work. >> a good day for kathy nnesot. 45 million turk case year, quarter of all the turkeys that are raised every year. >> good info. back across to kath. >> from the party town of austin, texas, which ftball team has played every thangiving sce 1934, pittsburgh steelers, detroit lions, green bay packers or dallas wboys? >> hmm. i'm gonna have to go wh the green bay packers on this one. >> you would be wrong. >> oh, my gosh. this is pretty astonishing. everybody has beewron the correct answer, detroit lions. >> har not t say cowys from the lonetar stat it is aually the detroit ons when they moved from ohio
to detroit to join the nfl, it was their first thanksgiving game, had one ever since. >> back to kath. >> fro bedford, pennsylvania, according to the national retail feration, how ma shoppers hithe stores last year? >> [ dipping >> yay! >> there is a sigh of relief from the studio. someone got it right. 226 million. >> she is a per shopper in training. probly one of those people, seven out of ten americansits the stores, thmalls or the internet and they spendbout $400 each. >> that right? more than her allowance. >> i think we have time for another on >> lovely kid from north andover, massachusetts. how many daysid the first thanksgiving lt in 1612 one, two, three or fou days? >> one. [ buzzer ] >> no. no. no. >> i don't think he is going to ke this cd.
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>> let the madness begin. for many people, the thanksgiving holiday means one thing, kd of sad, black friday de >> before you wait in endless lines in the cold or elbow somebody f that last furby, laurie shakt, our resident toy guru a co-publish he shall of the toy insider.com wked hard to find t best bargain for black friday. >> just for this fridayay so let's start with the fact that kids loft tv sw huggington," love when their train friends come to life. and four difrent ways to build this play set, i love you whe you build it up. it also combines train play with construction play. so really fun. >> look at mot skills. >> wilsos wild ride, gre for motor skills, and a whole lot of fun f the ki. so this one is usually between $49 and $5 it is -- it is on sale,ou can get it for $35.99 at toys "r" us.c or 39.97 at walmart.com. jacob got it going onown there.
thanks, honey. >> for the girls what do you have? >> our haute coutu fashion studio. girls get to become real designers, make beautiful runway fashions. >> would haveoved that. >> comes with everytng, mannequins, fab brace, real workingewing machine. everything that they need it is usually $49.99. 's on sale, toys "r" us.com, 299. >> move on dow to our rocker. e alyssa and rissa. >> this is the keyboard, electric gtar. >> hit it girl puss. >>nd we haveur mic. usually th keyboard around th guitar usually29.99. amazon.com. 19.99. the mic is usually 39, it will be 29.99. >> good job, kids. >> thatlldds up. >> the roller coaster. michael and amanda.
>> 600 kinects pieces to make this, stretches out to about 20 feet long. they are going to have a great time. >> this is cool. look how fun this s. >> this is usually 40.99. it wilbe 19.99 at toy s "r" u us.com. >> get over here. >> original big wheels are back. >>ig wheels are back p. >> sara, ella. >> go go. >>here we go. >> >> the original big wheel and we have sara, t adult one. and -- >> a greatrow with me toy. >> that was cute. >> adjustable. usually$59.99. and you're going to find this for -- -- amazon.com 39.99. toys "r" us.com for 44.99. >> christi and hannah. >>onstction great for kid of all age, love construction,
parents do, too, great for small motor ills,logic, problem solving. r our littlest ones,e ha our begmegablocks, first builder safari, big chunky block,reat for little hands, fount tub, inside when you are done usual $44.99. it will be $24.99 at kohl's. and for our kids little bit older, we ve our hello kitty, build the set, the post office set, get in, deliver earth mail, usually 14.99. toys "r" u wlave it for $9.99. >> get it forobbi thomas. >>lastly. taylor. >> we have taylor. going to need to turn this on, so, we have ourot eels. it is our six-lane raceway. >> l's see how it work which coloro you want? >> yellow, baby. >>urn it on. >> we are rchltd -- ready. >> this is usually, $80. $4 at target, jus pulled the lever. rey? go ahead. this one. >> middle one? >>go.
>> oh, whoa. that is awesome. >> that's fun. >> those were cool. >> thanks so mu. >> happy thanksgiving. >> thank you for letting my littlenes play. all rit,'t show up f thanksgiving empty handed we have som delicious last-minute desserts. what areou doing? >> sara a one big girl, one big little girl. even though r mom tries, she doesn't really get us. and she'll never know who we are, or what... no way, dden girls?? nike! no way, ddenthey're so awesome! ni! wow! yeahhh thank you! who's your mommy now? it's a christs miracle. >> happy thanksgiving. famous brands. famously easy. famous footwear. victory is yours. ur bisquick makes delicious pancakes, but that's just e start.
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time for today's holiday kitchennd the part of t meal you know you don't have room for but somehow you seem to find it. we are talking dessert. if you just haven't hadinute to think about it don't worry, ew york times" columnist melissa clark has last-minute ideas you can make from scratch or just buy a box. >> hi, how are you? >> don't buy a pie. you n do. >> this >> somebody said to say that. >> so easy. >> see what i'm say? >> hody can do this. i'm fine what are we ma,
swtie? >> a cranberry almond cake, see there the first step is make cranberry sauce or buy cranberry sauce you if you have some cans in your house, maybe bougha little bit o extra, use that. >> fresh cranrries. >> cranberries, sugar, the gre thing about this. that a cup? >> about a cup and a third. >> the great thing about this, use the same cranberry sauce you make for the cake, tuesday on the table, exactame thing. do it all atnce. >> got it. >> orange juice. a half a cup? >> yeah. >> okay. >> take that f. we have got some orange zest there >> zest. zest to make it zesty. and that's just plain old water. let that bubble about minutes and then at the end of it, it's gonna look just like cranberry sauce. and we have got some done over here. >> got it. >> all made. okay. >> now, a birth almond ca. i have got whole, rawalmonds, skinned. usehatever almonds you have in the house. if you have the little blanchd ones, -- blanched ones, n problem. a little bitf sugar p salt.
we are done there going to grind them up. e great thing about this do e whole thing in thood processor. >> hoda's cookin >> youe doing good. let it go. okay. bi bingo. it's grod. >> add a lot of birutter. >> is a butter cake is there a way to use a subste, i can't believe it's not butter or somethin >> no. no. >> sorry about that. >> d'tess with at. >> n a very nice thanksgiving attitude. >> no you can do whater you want. >> whatever y want. >> jt will taste terrible >> the thing about this butter is it looks like lot, thiss is was lot of people it is not thth much butter, a lot of fat from thealnds, good, healthy fat. right. >> let it getrey. >> yeah. >> now, ha, add the flour. >> finally,et to do something. salt in there, to >> actually, and there's baking wder, which isimportant. want it to have a little rise. >> all right. start. therwe go.
>> how long do you bake it? >> about an hour. >> you put two-thirds in and the cranberry saw that is the secret ingredient, can see tomorrow from the top. boll doll lop it o top. >> that is dollop all right. want more? that a sloppy dollop. >>okay. en you cuthat ce it is going to be perft. >> let's go ahead and taste thin. >> fred is on, bake itt 350, almonds on top. >> ey-doke. >> just keep doinghis bake this and eat it ter. >> that this so good. >> the good thing aut this cake, you canake itrom probably stu you have in you cabit exalmo butter. >> licious. >> that is a souffle cake, a gloried giant brnie. wh you get a brownie,eally small. if you make it into a cake a cut yoself a big ece, sounds
fancy, if you call it chocolate souffle cake. a ts? >> apple pear crips. put it in the fridge, when you pull the turkey out, pop it in the oven. vanilla ice cream.want this with >> messa, thank you so mu. >> happy thanksgiving. >> have is to try this. get in there. up next, adorable hid hairyles for your kids. first, this is "today"n nbc.
ready or not, theolidays are here, which means it's te to turn that family into a picture-perfect photograph, pecially the little ones. >> but no outfit is complete without a greatairdo. here with the cest looks for your kids is cozy freedman, the founder of cozy's cuts for kids and the author of cozy's colete guide to girls hair and cutest cuts and sweetest hairstyles to do at home.
>> wow. >> a mouthful. anyway exhappy thanksgiving. >>hing also you can do at home? >> yes, they are. these hairsles loo complicated but they are actually pretty easy. >> what does chara have going on? >> you can see, look at this way, love. ok at this way. so, you can see thiss called the simpleow or e prese bow. we pulled two pieces back, tied in bow, justike you're tying your shoe and then you pin it with bobby pips. >> very cute. >> gliter? >> we ve glitter hairspray. every girl loves this. >> adorable. >> com down to ms. soledad. >> leter go back to where she was. >> smile. >> you the go,th preego, pretty. >> i love she has short hair and hard to come up whreativ styles. also very easy all doou is partt dow the center and make two sectionsn each sidend you twist -- i will demonstrate a fake one, then you just twist itoward th part. you pin it.
>> perfect. >> elastics and little ryan stones. >> adorable. >>ead down to m greta. hi, greta. >> greta'shere. >> what's gta got going on? >> braids are very, very trendy and very hot and greta has -- >> so cute. the head band braid, thiss just a french braid don across. and we use little bobby pin with rhineston to finis it off. >> i love it. beautiful. >> keeps the hair off the face. >> i kind of like rah's bun. >> what do u think? >> this is awesome. >> how elega is this? >> very elegant. we made a ponytail, a very simple braid, wrap it around, pin it, you're done. >> simple? >> very simple andt isery elegant. >> gosh, looks very -- >> you could put it up on the top,epending whereou want. >> a chignon. >> look at you showing off.
>> this the most complicated. the heart braid. my signature style from my book and it's every girl's forite hairstyle. >> this looks tough. >> looks hard it is n as hard as it looks. if you can do a freh braid, ich you can learn to do the steps e all in the book, instead of doing a french bade going om the top -- the front to the back, we start in the back, loop it around and you do it on both sides and then you just lerally pull it together. >> that is gorgus. >> spi around so we can see your pretty face, too. >> yes. >> thank you so -- these are great. >> thank you, koz zip. >> happy, happy holiday tyou. >> because tomorrow the thanksvi day parade starts 's gonna be on nbc, so we are gonna take a little break tomorrow. >> we are we are. we will see you and be back friday with ambush overs, ideas for leftovers and see you all at "scandalous." >> be there,aby.